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Quanity for Ronald McDonald House cook

Midnight SmokerMidnight Smoker Posts: 273
edited 11:49PM in EggHead Forum
Sorry, being a bit lazy! I have a terrible connection and time is VERY short to look in archives.

I'll be doing a cook for The Ronlad McDonald House in Charelston, SC at least a couple times a month. I need help with serving portions. I'll be doing BBQ, Chicken, pans of Sheperd's Pie, Lowcountry boils along with sides. Any help with amounts would be greatly aprreciated!!! THANK YOU in advance, Paul

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  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    Side portions will greatly depend on what sides you are serving.

    Pulled Pork 1/4 - 1/3 pound per.
    Chicken you want quarters or less.

    Low Country boil I would go with a bowl size portion.

    Depending on the thickness of the Shepherd's Pie 3" to 4" Squares.
  • eenie meenieeenie meenie Posts: 4,393
    Midnight Smoker, I hope your BBQ for the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston goes well. It is such a worthy cause, close to my heart. :)
  • eenie meenie wrote:
    Midnight Smoker, I hope your BBQ for the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston goes well. It is such a worthy cause, close to my heart. :)

    Thanks, I really want to try to do at least one meal month. It is a great organaztion and they really help families in crisis and pain. It's really not that hard. I usually have 50-60 people for BBQs at my house a few times a month during the Fall, Winter and Spring....plus...there won't be massive consuption of Adult Beverages...lol
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